NovoEd and Credly by Pearson Team Up to Help Companies Translate Training into Career Success and Drive Strategic Organization-Wide Development
NovoEd is pleased to announce its partnership with Credly by Pearson, the world’s largest and most connected digital credential network. This powerful integration allows NovoEd customers to easily and efficiently execute their digital credentials strategy, and efficiently scale their credentials programs for learning initiatives conducted throughout their organizations.
Digital credentials are a proven and impactful way for organizations to make talent decisions based on verified skills, create a company culture that values learning, and ensure internal and partner compliance. Credly by Pearson streamlines the digital credential process for organizations across industries and sizes, helping learners advance their careers and communicate newly acquired knowledge.
The Credly by Pearson integration allows for Credly badges to be earned upon completion of a NovoEd course and/or learning journey, which encompass iterative learning experiences comprised of multiple courses. With the Credly by Pearson partnership, learning and development professionals can issue badges to learners to celebrate their achievements along the way, culminating in a broader digital certificate issued upon completion of the entire journey.
“A future-forward workforce is based on talent management practices that not only recognize employees’ hard-earned skills but help make it clear how those skills can be deployed in the near and long term,” said Jarin Schmidt, VP of Platform at Credly by Pearson. “The partnership between NovoEd and Credly by Pearson drives forward the ability for learning to more seamlessly lead to professional opportunities.”
Employers, training providers, and L&D professionals implement digital credentialing into programs in a variety of ways, including recognizing progressive levels of proficiency through a skills-based curriculum; and acknowledging the acquisition of soft, job-specific, and technical skills. Organizations also offer culture-related credentials such as diversity, equity, and inclusion credentials; product certification, which could be offered internally and/or externally to partners; and “public” credentials available to non-employees.
“Credly by Pearson has pioneered the digital credentials landscape, transforming organizations by creating a common language around verified skills,” said Todd Moran, Chief Learning Strategist at NovoEd. “NovoEd exists to help organizations unleash strategic capability development; this integration with Credly by Pearson allows for organizations to clearly emphasize and communicate the impact and value of their learning and development programs.”
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